Bills get some good news

After losing their mojo and owner Ralph Wilson’s Hall of Fame ring ceremony last week, the Buffalo Bills were in need of some good news.

They got it Wednesday, when middle linebacker Paul Posluzny and safety Donte Whitner returned to practice. “Poz” has been out since Week One and Whitner has missed the last two weeks since breaking his thumb.

The two players are foundation pieces for a defense that has been inconsistent this season, especially against the run.

The Bills head to the Meadowlands to face a Jets team Sunday coming off a short week.

3 responses to “Bills get some good news

  1. I know this doesn’t have any meaning to this story – but I wanted to say something GOOD about TO.
    The Bills and Browns put on easily the worst game I have ever watched, but after that final field goal to put the Browns up 6-3. TO was struttin around still into the game. He was pumping up the crowd… FINALLY giving the fans something to cheer about. He did nothing on the play and they still lost, but at least he was still in the game when all hope was lost.
    This is a bad football team, but they will beat the jets this weekend, wait and see.

  2. The good news will be when Dick Jauron gets fired. Some kids actually raised $1200 in two days to put up a billboard on the I-190 in Buffalo calling for Jauron to be fired. Sweet!

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